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Welcome all!  I have so much I want to share about my walk with Christ and how it has brought me out of pain and suffering.  God has blessed me and my family so much that if I posted 24/7 I could not share everything.  I am eager to read your comments, ideas, and testimonies.  Thank you for visiting my blog and God Bless You!

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      1. Yes the commentaries give us insights that we could not know just by reading. I like ones that give Catholic interpretation, Protestant interpretation, Jewish interpretation and secular academic scholars interpretation

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  1. I’m interested in your daily devotional. May God almighty increase the annoiting. Iam an evangelist. I would like to seek you permission to reprint thisdevotional for tract evangelism. Thanks.

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  2. Im so glad I found your blog im going through troubled times as my 20 year old son has been in hospital for 6 months.He was diagnosed with schizophrenia but after having a brain scan his brain has shrunk they have never found this before in someone so young.I pray every night for him and bought my son the Lord’s cross which he wears all the time.How do I get closer to the Lord Jesus Christ im at a loss but really need help.

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    1. Hi Chriss. I’m so sorry you are going through. When you have Jesus in your heart, you are NEVER alone. The Bible says in John 3:16 that God loved the world so much that he gave his only son. All you have to do is believe in Jesus and you will have ever lasting life. I tell you this because I’m not sure where you are at spiritually. Just simply tell Jesus you can’t face your troubles alone and that you know you can’t go on without him. Ask him to come into your life and help your son. He already knows your pain.

      There are free Bible apps available to you. Read the Bible. Pray. If there is a church you can attend, go. Talk to the minister and ask for prayers.

      By way of this response I’m asking all of my followers to lift Chris and her son up in prayer, as I will.

      God bless you Chris. Please update me and come back to the blog. I’m here for you.

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  3. Hi,

    My name is Denada Xhafa, I’m 32 years old, from Tirana (Albania).

    Although I have been suffering from fibromyalgia for a decade, more than six years ago my health deteriorated so much I had to leave my job. Then the consequences started: the quality of my life started decreasing and so did my social life.

    I have invested too much, both emotionally and financially in and out of private hospitals and clinics during these long years.

    The Albanian State doesn’t give me any financial aid and it doesn’t reimburse the medications either. All my expenses have been covered in a sacrifical way by my parents who are retirees.

    I have submited requests to the Ministry of health (Nr. of protocol Xh7, date: 19.05.2017) and the Prime Ministry (nr. of protocol:2047, date: 01.06.2017 ) about gaining financial aid and to reimburse the medications. I have only recieved from them indifference and lack of solidarity for my disease.

    Often people say to me: ”This is not a disease, there is not a single line about fibromyalgia in the medical manuals!” Medics in Albania are little or maybe not at all informed about Fibromyalgia.

    I am sure that just like it has happend to me in the past, doctors might have told to other patients too:”You are not really sick, this is all in your mind”. We feel totally unrepresented and destined to remain untreated like patients in the third world.

    I speak a little English, so I am writing this email in the presence of my niece who knows English better.

    Sincerely,

    Denada

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    1. It is real. I will keep you in my prayers. From what I have seen and discovered, the worst thing you can do is stop living. Get up in the morning and do gentle stretches. Move some throughout the day. Be thankful and remember to count your blessings. There is always someone worse off. Be sure to get out a little. Pray for strength. God bless you.

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